Railways cancel trains bound for Dehradun, Haridwar… and other news

Railways cancel trains bound for Dehradun, Haridwar
New Delhi, Sept 20 (PTI) In the wake of worsening flood situation in parts of North India, Railways today cancelled some trains bound for Dehradun and
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Dehradun landslides leave tourists stranded
Continuous landslides in Uttarakhand's Dehradun region have blocked National Highway-72 leading to New Delhi, and left tourists stranded.
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Dehradun landslides leave tourists stranded
By Ashish Goel Dehradun, Sep. 20 (ANI): Continuous landslides in Uttarakhand's Dehradun region have blocked National Highway-72 leading to New Delhi,
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Doon Valley breaks a 44-year monsoon record
The monsoon rainfall broke a 44-year-old record in Dehradun by registering a whopping 3018.3 mm of rainfall this season. Met Director Anand Sharma said that
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Rain system in Uttarakhand starts weakening
Place: Dehra Dun | Agency: PTI In some relief to the rain-battered Uttarakhand, the system that had created heavy rains in the hill state during the past
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Relentless rain cuts off road to Delhi, north India deluged
Several trains in the Moradabad section, too, were cancelled, or diverted, with Howrah- Dehradun Express terminated. In Uttarakhand, which as been the
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65 killed in flash floods, landslides
Besides the Dehradun-Delhi highway, many other State highways have been shut due to numerous landslides. The Ganga is flowing 2.3 metres above the danger
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